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a wave on the surface of a lake or landlocked bay

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Contract notice: 2019 campaign for the measurement of mineral nitrogen residues on farms located on green algae plan berries and on the seiche watershed reference number: alvs2019_reliquats_azote
"Today's social networks provide an essential forum for friendship with more than 400 million users - many of whom are young adults - actively sharing their lives with their friends through Facebook," said Florian Seiche, vice president, HTC EMEA.
It has been well established that seiche is the resonant oscillation of water in the form of a standing undulating long modal wave, and it occurs in enclosed bodies of water, which may have a number of natural resonances (resonance being the condition of maximum response to an applied periodic force forming "standing waves" of oscillation as shown in Fig.
De Jong's team recently solved the mystery of the other seiches. When the air about 1.5 kilometers over the North Sea is more than 15[degrees]C colder than the surface waters, lower-atmosphere instability produces waves in the North Sea with the same sloshing frequency that a seiche in Rotterdam harbor would have.
Underwater flies were the ticket on our visit, and we fished them across the cut's "seiche" tide, an invisible movement of water pushed by the wind.
To speed things up, Rennes-based Cemagref, a French public research institute devoted to agricultural and environmental engineering, joined Edixia, an industrial vision specialist in Vein Sur Seiche, and the Interprofessional Committee for French Turkeys in Mordelles to develop a digital imaging system that can characterize the quality of as many as 3,000 turkeys an hour.
Our seiche studies began in the late 1960s when Graham Giese served on the faculty of the University of Puerto Rico and had an opportunity to extend Harris's sieche observations.
A phenomenon known as "seiche" occurs to some extent everywhere in the Great Lakes.
HMD Global chief product officer Juho Sarvikas, CEO Florian Seiche and general manager Sanmeet Singh Kochar at the launch of the Nokia 8.1 in Dubai late on Wednesday.
Dr Florian Seiche, CEO of HMD Global, the company that makes Nokia phones, with the Nokia 8.1 in Dubai on December 5, 2018.
HMD's top brass, Florian Seiche (CEO), Pekka Rantala (CMO), and Sarvikas (CPO) will also be present at the event, so one can expect some important announcements and product launches on the day.
Last year we shipped over 70 million Nokia phones," Florian Seiche, CEO of HMD Global, said in a statement.
HMD chief executive Florian Seiche said the company wanted to "create a unique identity for the brand" and the range of new devices was to "expand and refresh" the Nokia portfolio.
Florian Seiche, CEO of HMD Global, said: "After the amazing year we've had, I first want to thank our fans for such an incredible response.
Lanao del Sur is one of the seismically active provinces in the country because of the Mindanao Fault, and the shaking of the ground caused what volcanologists call a seiche, or a 'phenomenon causing temporary oscillation in an enclosed body of water.' The people around the lake, hundreds of them, were the victims, with Marawi taking the brunt of the destruction.